Jerusalem archaeology museum offers free entry to Gaza periphery residents

Jerusalem’s Bible Lands Museum opens its galleries for free to residents of Israeli communities near the Gaza Strip who are suffering from rocket barrages from the Strip.

Residents of the area can tour the archaeological museum for the coming week, until Thursday, August 16, the museum says in a statement.

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